Anna Gunn currently stars as Skyler White on AMC’s Emmy award winning show Breaking Bad, garnering considerable critical acclaim.Throughout her career, Anna has moved between television, film, and theatre with much ease. In 2004, Anna landed her breakout television role, playing Martha Bullock on HBO’s seminal show, Deadwood. Anna’s association with Deadwood creator David Milch began early on when she first worked with him on his hit drama NYPD Blue, giving a memorable performance as Kimmy, a junkie longing to escape New York to swim with the dolphins. Anna made such an indelible impression on Milch that almost nine years later, she became the template for the pivotal and complex character of Martha. Another major recurring role for Anna was on David E. Kelley’s The Practice, delivering a notable turn as ADA Jean Ward opposite Dylan McDermott and Lara Flynn Boyle. Her extensive television credits also include starring roles in several made for TV movies and major guest starring appearances on such shows as Six Feet Under, ER, and Seinfeld.Highlights of Anna’s feature film work include the dark comedy, Nobody’s Baby, in which she starred with Gary Oldman and Mary Steenburgen; the film premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. In 1998, she played opposite Jon Voight in Tony Scott’s summer blockbuster, Enemy of the State. Her first starring role was in 1995’s independent thriller, Without Evidence, along side Angelina Jolie.Anna is also a highly regarded and much sought after actress of the stage. In early 2009 she created the leading role of photojournalist Sarah Goodwin in the world premiere of Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies at the Geffen Theater in Los Angeles. In 1999 she starred as Isabella in Measure for Measure at the Ahmanson Theatre helmed by the famed director Sir Peter Hall. In 1997, Anna was brought east to make her Broadway debut alongside Roger Rees in The Rehearsal at the Roundabout Theater. Before that she played on the LA circuit, including the 1995 American premiere of Hysteria directed by Phyllida Lloyd at the Mark Taper Forum. OBefore settling in Los Angeles, Anna built an impressive background performing on stage in Chicago. She received exceptional reviews in Uncommon Ground at the Northlight Theatre, and playing opposite Jeremy Piven in Keith Reddin’s Peacekeeper at the American Blues Theatre. She even landed her first professional acting role, playing Lucy Lockit in the critically acclaimed production of The Beggar’s Opera at the Court Theatre while still an undergraduate at Northwestern University.Anna grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico after her parents transplanted the family from Cleveland, Ohio to the Southwest in the late seventies. She discovered acting in a drama class at the Santa Fe Preparatory School and was fortunate to study with two formidable teachers from the Actor’s Studio as a teenager. She continued her education and training at Northwestern University’s renowned theatre department winning a coveted scholarship award in her junior year. During her time at Northwestern, Anna went abroad for a semester to study with the British American Drama Academy and had the marvelous opportunity to perform in the school’s final project at the famed Royal Court Theatre in London.Anna currently resides in Los Angeles with her two young daughters.